Category Archives: Joy

Three Faith Films–And What They Fail to Say about Faith

They’ve been calling 2014 the Year of the Faith Film. I know that in the evangelical community I tend to find myself thrust into, people were pumped about that. Perhaps Hollywood was waking up from its superhero love fest and rediscovering that the Good Book has its own caped crusaders (well, toga-ed, or whatever it […]

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Thanksgiving? Thank the Lord

On this Thanksgiving, I will forgo commentary on the wickedness of keeping nonessential retail stores open this day or on the craziness of Black Friday. Instead, let’s consider this: On the way to Jerusalem [Jesus] was passing along between Samaria and Galilee. And as he entered a village, he was met by ten lepers, who […]

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Lord, Purge Your Church

It’s the early a.m. here and quiet as a tomb. That silence lends opportunity to think. I’m pondering the state of the American Church. But then, I never stop. We live in a world coming apart at the seams. Some say that’s not the case, but as I see it, the deterioration is clear. I […]

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